I literature2012rvhs

413 views

Published on

iLiterature using iPads

Published in: Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
413
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • \n\n
  • I literature2012rvhs

    1. 1. Welcome Mohammad Said Bin RahimTeacher of Literature & Geography St. Anthony’s Canossian Sec Sch
    2. 2. Welcome Mohammad Said Bin RahimTeacher of Literature & Geography St. Anthony’s Canossian Sec Sch
    3. 3. Welcome Mohammad Said Bin RahimTeacher of Literature & Geography St. Anthony’s Canossian Sec Sch
    4. 4. Introduction
    5. 5. IntroductionDisclaimerInterestsYour expectations level of exposure/expertise ‘What do you intend to achieve at athe end of the workshop?’
    6. 6. iLiteratureiPads in the Literature Classroom
    7. 7. Learning has evolved
    8. 8. Learning has evolvedICT, mass media, multimedia, theInternet, etc have influenced andchanged the way young people
    9. 9. Learning has evolvedICT, mass media, multimedia, theInternet, etc have influenced andchanged the way young people perceive
    10. 10. Learning has evolvedICT, mass media, multimedia, theInternet, etc have influenced andchanged the way young people perceive receive
    11. 11. Learning has evolvedICT, mass media, multimedia, theInternet, etc have influenced andchanged the way young people perceive receive store information
    12. 12. iPad scenarios
    13. 13. iPad scenariosTeacher using the iPad
    14. 14. iPad scenariosTeacher using the iPadStudents work in groups of 4-5with a single iPad
    15. 15. iPad scenariosTeacher using the iPadStudents work in groups of 4-5with a single iPad1 : 1 student-to-iPad ratio
    16. 16. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad
    17. 17. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad YouTube & RealPlayer (YouTube Downloader)
    18. 18. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad YouTube & RealPlayer (YouTube Downloader) DropBox
    19. 19. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad YouTube & RealPlayer (YouTube Downloader) DropBox ShowMe
    20. 20. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad YouTube & RealPlayer (YouTube Downloader) DropBox ShowMe Explain Everything
    21. 21. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad YouTube & RealPlayer (YouTube Downloader) DropBox ShowMe Explain Everything Ultimate Guitar Tabs
    22. 22. Scenario 1 - Teaching with the iPad YouTube & RealPlayer (YouTube Downloader) DropBox ShowMe Explain Everything Ultimate Guitar Tabs iThoughtsHD
    23. 23. Unseen Poetry
    24. 24. Unseen PoetryTune-in exercise
    25. 25. Unseen PoetryTune-in exercise You will now view a Hi-Definition time-lapse video of winter by mockmoon Source:YouTube. (DropBox, YouTube)
    26. 26. Unseen PoetryTune-in exercise You will now view a Hi-Definition time-lapse video of winter by mockmoon Source:YouTube. (DropBox, YouTube) Main Activity 1
    27. 27. Unseen PoetryTune-in exercise You will now view a Hi-Definition time-lapse video of winter by mockmoon Source:YouTube. (DropBox, YouTube) Main Activity 1 Discussion of Video (ShowMe)
    28. 28. Unseen Poetry
    29. 29. Unseen PoetryMain Activity 2
    30. 30. Unseen PoetryMain Activity 2 Reading Poetry
    31. 31. Unseen PoetryMain Activity 2 Reading Poetry Read Silently
    32. 32. Unseen PoetryMain Activity 2 Reading Poetry Read Silently Read Aloud (Video Camera)
    33. 33. Unseen PoetryMain Activity 2 Reading Poetry Read Silently Read Aloud (Video Camera) Close Reading (Explain Everything)
    34. 34. Unseen Poetry
    35. 35. Unseen PoetryFollow-up
    36. 36. Unseen PoetryFollow-up written work (Goodreader, DropBox, QuickOffice)
    37. 37. Unseen PoetryFollow-up written work (Goodreader, DropBox, QuickOffice)Post Activity
    38. 38. Unseen PoetryFollow-up written work (Goodreader, DropBox, QuickOffice)Post Activity You will listen to a song, Vincent (i.e. Starry, Starry Night)
    39. 39. An MI (& Interdisciplinary) Approach to Teaching & Learning (Literature) Research based on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences
    40. 40. Theory of Multiple Intelligences
    41. 41. Theory of Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner, Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education
    42. 42. Theory of Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner, Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education In 1983, Gardner introduced his Theory of Multiple Intelligences in a seminal book, Frames of Mind. 
    43. 43. Theory of Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner, Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education In 1983, Gardner introduced his Theory of Multiple Intelligences in a seminal book, Frames of Mind.  He “argue[d] that human beings have evolved to be able to carry out at least seven separate forms of analysis:”
    44. 44. 7 multiple intelligences
    45. 45. 7 multiple intelligences Linguistic as in a poetLogical-mathematical as in a scientist Musical as in a composer Spatial as in a sculptor or pilotBodily kinesthetic as in an athlete/dancer Interpersonal as in a salesman/teacher Intrapersonal indivs with accurate views of themselves
    46. 46. 7 MI - for visual learners http://www.educationalvoyage.com/multiintell.html
    47. 47. 7 MI - for visual learners http://www.educationalvoyage.com/multiintell.html
    48. 48. Latest devt in MI
    49. 49. Latest devt in MIMore recently Gardner added “naturalistintelligence” to the MI list in his bookIntelligence Reframed: Multiple Intelligencesfor the 21st Century by Howard Gardner (1999),he also points out that true understandingmeans the ability to: demonstrate, exhibit,perform, or explain in a variety of forms.
    50. 50. Latest devt in MIMore recently Gardner added “naturalistintelligence” to the MI list in his bookIntelligence Reframed: Multiple Intelligencesfor the 21st Century by Howard Gardner (1999),he also points out that true understandingmeans the ability to: demonstrate, exhibit,perform, or explain in a variety of forms.Teachers must make this possible by stating“explicit understanding goals, stipulate thecorrelated performances of understanding, &share these perspectives with the students."
    51. 51. Scenario 2 - Groupwork with 1 iPad per group
    52. 52. Scenario 2 - Groupwork with 1 iPad per group Strip Designer / Halftone / ComicLife
    53. 53. Scenario 2 - Groupwork with 1 iPad per group Strip Designer / Halftone / ComicLife Picasa (Accessing Images)
    54. 54. Scenario 2 - Groupwork with 1 iPad per group Strip Designer / Halftone / ComicLife Picasa (Accessing Images) ShowMe (Group Discussion/Planning)
    55. 55. Scenario 2 - Groupwork with 1 iPad per group Strip Designer / Halftone / ComicLife Picasa (Accessing Images) ShowMe (Group Discussion/Planning) iMovie (video project - interview, visual interpretation, documentary, etc)
    56. 56. Scenario 3 - 1:1student-to-iPad ratio
    57. 57. Scenario 3 - 1:1student-to-iPad ratio e-Texts (texts that come alive)
    58. 58. Scenario 3 - 1:1student-to-iPad ratio e-Texts (texts that come alive) Explain Everything (Personal response)
    59. 59. Scenario 3 - 1:1student-to-iPad ratio e-Texts (texts that come alive) Explain Everything (Personal response) iThoughtsHD (Developing Concepts)
    60. 60. End ofPresentation Thank You

    ×